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FOX News
Jan 2, 2010 11:30pm EST
, washington d.c., and shanksville, pennsylvania. was it a high point or a low point for media coverage? i mean, it really was the story of the decade, wasn't it? >> well, at that point i was working at the new york times, which won i think seven pulitzers for the coverage we did, lead up to that horrific event. i think it was an amazing period for news, jon, i think that everybody finally caught up with the story of the formation of militants groups like al-qaeda, the names that we now take for granted that we're seeing all over the world, we began to understand that they were really up to, and it was a moment of incredible challenge for the media and i think they rose pretty well to it at the beginning. >> jon: i remember the feeling of unity that came out of those attacks and it lasted a while. >> yeah. >> jon: it seems to be gone now. >> it does indeed. i agree with everything that judy said. i think that it's important to remember that the media had ample opportunities to cover the story, to connect the dots before 9/11. i interviewed tom fenton, then just retired from cbs news who had w
FOX News
Jan 23, 2010 2:30pm EST
with their left leaning views. americans say they want less government, but is one big paper in washington keeping that a secret? is this who we think it is? how does the national inquirer get these pictures? >> hold up, hold up, hold it, ho hold. >> jon: after a year with president obama has his relationship with the press taken a turn? >> no, no, old on, hold on, hold on. >> jon: on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller, syndicated columnist cal thomas, jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation and news day columnist. and i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> my assessment of not just about massachusetts, but the mood around the country, you know, the same thing that swept scott brown in office, swept me into office. people are angry and they're frustrated. not just because of what's happened in the last year or two years, but what's happened over the last eight years. >> jon: president obama's reaction there on wednesday to a big democratic loss the night before, losing former senator kennedy's senate seat to republican scott brown, making big headline
FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 11:30pm EST
who of course is the founder of c-span. who in 30 years in washington has never been known to take a political stand on anything. he's very neutral. yet, he said -- he wrote a letter he said i think the obama has played us as a political football, c-span to talk about how open and transparent they were. once they elected they pull the plug. >> is that going to bring any more transparency to the process? >> no. this was an impossible promise. obama i believe knew it was when he was saying it. if you had the negotiations broadcast on c-span they would be -- there would be private prenegotiations where the real wheeling and dealing went on. this stuff always happens in secret and has to. >> the only person who would be watching any negotiations on c-span is jim pinkerton. >>> time for a look at the tea party story now. >> learn to speak tea bag. finally, learning a new language doesn't have to be hard. you can be fluent in conversational tea bag in a few short minutes. lesson one, don't get distracted by the confusing words of other languages. >> i think the public option and the prop
FOX News
Jan 30, 2010 2:30pm EST
process in washington, the headlines and the overall coverage seemed to take a bit softer tone. the philadelphia inquirer has the president seizing the moment. the news and observer again, a humbler obama tries to reconnect and san jose news calls the speech feisty with the president on the defense. let's talk about it, jim, did the president win over the media with the speech? >> he didn't win over katie couric who i thought gave him a very tough interview where she asked, you know, asked did the administration drop the ball and so and and so on. but i thought the most revealing factoid of the last week was from the center for media and public affairs which concluded, according to the washington times, that obama got more favorable coverage than reagan, clinton and bush 43 put together in their first years. >> jon: what about that moment, elliss, in the speech where the president was lambasting the supreme court for the earlier decision in the week about campaign finance and you catch justice alito seeming to mouth the words "not true". >> not true, not true. >> jon: how was t
FOX News
Jan 9, 2010 2:30pm EST
in washington has never been known to take a political stand on anything. he's very neutral and yet, he said, he wrote a letter in which he said, look, i think the obamas played us as a political football, unquote. they took advantage of us, c-span that is during the campaign to talk about how open and transparent they were and of course once they got elected they pulled the plug. >> what about that media push, is that going to work, is that going to bring anymore transparency to the process. >> no, this was an impossible promise. obama, i believe, knew it was impossible when he's saying it and saying it to get applause and if you had the negotiations broadcast on c-span then there would be private pre-negotiations with the real wheeling dealing went on and this stuff always happens in secret and pretty much has to happen in secret. >> as a journalist, i can't defend this except to saying the only person watching negotiations on c-span is jim pinkerton. >> jon: time for a look at the tea party story now. >> learn to speak tea bag. finally, learning a new language doesn't have to be hard. you can
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